FrameMaker is software from the American company Adobe for desktop text processing and publishing. Using this program, you can write and edit large and complex documents. In fact, it is designed to make things easier for professional writers. FrameMaker was added to Adobe products when Frame Technology was acquired by Adobe. After that, Adobe added SGML support to this software to this day, which also supports xml format. In 2004, according to the company’s policies, support for the Macintosh in this software was discontinued. FrameMaker has two approaches to documents, one is structural mode and the other is non-structural and free mode.
Structural mode is used in documents that are bound by a set of specific standards and formats, such as the pharmaceutical industry, where translation and standardization is one of the important requirements for logical communication between products. Structural mode uses concepts such as SGML and XML, and the author deals with EDDs or Element Definition Document – a special mode of DTD for this program. EDD
Defines the overall format of a document with significant units such as xml tags, and based on the content of each document, this EDD will have its own structure. Attributes or metadata can also be added to these components that make it possible to filter content in output processes (in cases such as print output or web-based display). The author can observe the terms and content in a tree-like structure from which the text is extracted. Currently, FrameMaker is not restricted to the above, and the author’s paragraphs can be written without any logical structure, and all tags, themes, and document formatting are in the author’s complete control.
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